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Letters to the editor
Readers' comments: Jallikattu ban is a conspiracy to eliminate native cattle breeds
Readers respond to an article by a Tamilian who supports the ban on the bull-taming sport.
From Aadhaar to Jallikattu, why is everyone ignoring the Supreme Court?
As the country's topmost court expands its powers and enters the domain of the executive, its authority might be starting to wear out.
Muslim man's murder: India's courts simply don't punish hate speech with the severity it merits
A Bombay High Court judge granting bail to three murder accused said that she considered the fact that the victim was Muslim a point in their favour.
The Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: A Bombay High Court order on a Muslim man's murder could just embolden fringe groups
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The real problem with Jaipur Lit Fest is not the participation of RSS ideologues – it's the sponsor
It's time for writers and intellectuals to be reminded about Zee's recent campaigns against people they have branded 'anti-national'.
How artists in the Valley are squeezed between Indian hyper-nationalism and Kashmiri exceptionalism
As the trolling of teenage actor Zaira Wasim demonstrates, the region has imposed an internal siege upon itself.
The Emperor's new khadi: Understanding Narendra Modi's monarchical frame of history
The prime minister is engaged in the evacuation of history and the stripping of its events of any resonance.
What the increase in tax collections does not tell us about Indian economy post demonetisation
Here's why the finance ministry's claim of higher tax collections during April-December 2016 as indicative of robust economic activity may be too optimistic.
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